PrintSystemJobInfo.Resume PrintSystemJobInfo.Resume PrintSystemJobInfo.Resume PrintSystemJobInfo.Resume Method

Definition

Resumes the printing of a paused print job.

public:
 void Resume();
public void Resume ();
member this.Resume : unit -> unit
Public Sub Resume ()

Examples

The following example shows how to use this method to resume a paused print job.

static void HandlePausedJob (PrintSystemJobInfo^ theJob) 
{
   // If there's no good reason for the queue to be paused, resume it and 
   // give user choice to resume or cancel the job.
   Console::WriteLine("The user or someone with administrative rights to the queue" + "\nhas paused the job or queue." + "\nResume the queue? (Has no effect if queue is not paused.)" + "\nEnter \"Y\" to resume, otherwise press return: ");
   String^ resume = Console::ReadLine();
   if (resume == "Y")
   {
      theJob->HostingPrintQueue->Resume();

      // It is possible the job is also paused. Find out how the user wants to handle that.
      Console::WriteLine("Does user want to resume print job or cancel it?" + "\nEnter \"Y\" to resume (any other key cancels the print job): ");
      String^ userDecision = Console::ReadLine();
      if (userDecision == "Y")
      {
         theJob->Resume();
      } else
      {
         theJob->Cancel();
      }
   }
};
internal static void HandlePausedJob(PrintSystemJobInfo theJob)
{
    // If there's no good reason for the queue to be paused, resume it and 
    // give user choice to resume or cancel the job.
    Console.WriteLine("The user or someone with administrative rights to the queue" +
         "\nhas paused the job or queue." +
         "\nResume the queue? (Has no effect if queue is not paused.)" +
         "\nEnter \"Y\" to resume, otherwise press return: ");
    String resume = Console.ReadLine();
    if (resume == "Y")
    {
        theJob.HostingPrintQueue.Resume();
        
        // It is possible the job is also paused. Find out how the user wants to handle that.
        Console.WriteLine("Does user want to resume print job or cancel it?" +
            "\nEnter \"Y\" to resume (any other key cancels the print job): ");
        String userDecision = Console.ReadLine();
        if (userDecision == "Y")
        {
            theJob.Resume();
        }
        else
        {
            theJob.Cancel();
        }
    }//end if the queue should be resumed

}//end HandlePausedJob
Friend Shared Sub HandlePausedJob(ByVal theJob As PrintSystemJobInfo)
	' If there's no good reason for the queue to be paused, resume it and 
	' give user choice to resume or cancel the job.
	Console.WriteLine("The user or someone with administrative rights to the queue" & vbLf & "has paused the job or queue." & vbLf & "Resume the queue? (Has no effect if queue is not paused.)" & vbLf & "Enter ""Y"" to resume, otherwise press return: ")
	Dim [resume] As String = Console.ReadLine()
	If [resume] = "Y" Then
		theJob.HostingPrintQueue.Resume()

		' It is possible the job is also paused. Find out how the user wants to handle that.
		Console.WriteLine("Does user want to resume print job or cancel it?" & vbLf & "Enter ""Y"" to resume (any other key cancels the print job): ")
		Dim userDecision As String = Console.ReadLine()
		If userDecision = "Y" Then
			theJob.Resume()
		Else
			theJob.Cancel()
		End If
	End If 'end if the queue should be resumed

End Sub 'end HandlePausedJob

Remarks

The hosting PrintQueue also has Pause and Resume methods. If the print queue is paused, resuming an individual job does not resume the printing of the print job.

Applies to

See also